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to maureen naylor live in san carlos. maureen? >> reporter: frank, it's not a pretty thought or smell here with these full garbage containers throughout 11 cities in san mateo county. the two stuffed trash bins here were supposed to be emptied this morning. today, is that why they haven't picked up my garbage? >> reporter: she was unaware that service for fer tosh dash for her and other san mateo residentings will be delayed for the next two days because of a worker strike. >> i don't know where i will put it. i will probably have to put it in the gas bin until friday. >> reporter: they walked the picket line in front of allied waste services services in san carlos after their ongoing contract talks with the company failed yesterday. >> they are trying to take awa our pensions and cap our insurance. we settled on a pay raise but they still don't want to fix that. >> in an unexpected move, 250 garbage collectors and clerical workers from the union also walked off the job in solidarity. we were a bit surprised by that and frankly disappointed that the union would do something that would have
:00. >>> good evening, it is monday, august 2nd. ibm maureen naylor. >>> a judge ruled in favor of the transit union by issuing an injunction and that defense a labor contract that ac transit imposed and the judge agreed with the unions and the agency should not have unilaterally imposed the cost-cutting measure and means that ac transit will have to honor the old contracts with the union and in beijing by ending arbitration. >> this 300,000 plus a week that we will have to add back into it all ready $56 million deficit to further jeopardize the services of our public. >> ac transit still has the opportunity to negotiate and not wait until they 35 and that means the restoration of the service will be put back. >> this issue had caused delays for riders and the ac transit board is holding a closed-door meeting at this hour. >>> tomorrow san francisco transit officials will meet to discuss a mandated rates for muni riders and boost wages they can only discussed the increase and has no authority to deny the wage hike. they guaranteed muni drivers and equasalary and an initiative would end that gu
into the cause. ktvu's maureen naylor spoke to some of the couples neighbors. >> reporter: today we learned that plane was supposed to land here at san jose international airport. in the last few hours we got information about john howard. he is the sunny vale man who was piloting the case. he was certified to be a flight instructor. on this tree lined suburban street all was quiet. they and one other person were killed wednesday when a single engine plane crashed. 35miles away from the bolder municipal airport. >> i'm so sorry to hear about it. because we've just always just been, you know friendly, you know high pat, hi john and that was it. >> reporter: authorities identified the victims today at 70-year-old john howard and 56- year-old catherine hergorin. the three were on board howard's plane. authorities say the group had been visiting hegorin's family in colorado. >> i'm shocked about hearing it. >> just a quiet person, yeah. >> reporter: neighbors say howard spend decades in this home where he raised two daughters. >> they put this beautiful garden in, and i know they are very peop
:00 a. >> good evening, it is monday, august 9. i am maureen naylor and this is bay area news at seven. the terminal is getting its first real test tonight adding a new twist to the rush-hour confusion. the terminal is located on main street between howard and fulsom and will serve as the main bus hub. jana katsuyama is live in the city with some answers. >> they were handing out hundreds of these maps and there are some seven different bus lines using this location and on this first day there were some problems for both the passengers and bus drivers. >> chaotic and confusing, that is how some passengers felt as they try to find their bus connections today. >> talk to us and tell people what is going on p where is the bus? >> i asked them for help and all they do is stand around and we try to get somebody who works for ac. >> the strikers said it was hectic. >> it is touchy-feely, you have to figure out how to get in and out. >> reporter: the temporary terminal is on howard and mean streets, a few blocks from the main terminal. today guys in orchards were handing out maps and informa
and in some cases that can have troubling consequences. maureen naylor has the report. >> reporter: facebook asked what's on your mind. the judge warned jurors the answer should be nothing. but in a suburb of detroit, a judge removed a woman from a trial after saying in her facebook case that it's going to be fun to tell the defendant their guilty. >> that's a blatant violation not to have contact with the outside world about a case. if they do that, it could be a contempt sanction or a mistrial at a minimum. >> reporter: steven clark says courts are trying to catch up with technology. >> courts frequently will admonish jurors at the beginning of the trial that there is to be no texting, facebooking, and no tweeting about a trial while it's going on. >> reporter: presiding judge jamie jacobs may says the warnings has been updated to include social networking. >> when you said don't talk, i didn't mean don't facebook. that's why we changed instruction that that includes all kinds of electronic communication. >> reporter: provide a paper trail of evidence. maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news.
and week. >> reporter: reports live in santa cruz, maureen naylor. >>> a movement to stage a boycott of target stores is gains momentum. target is under fire in some circles for contributing $150,000 to a group backing a conservative candidate for governor of minnesota. now that candidate opposes same- sex marriage. a facebook campaign for a boycott of sergeant on saturday august 15 now has 135,000 supporters. target says it supporting the candidates probusiness strategies and not necessarily his same-sex position. >>> some supporters say a mosque so close to where almost 3,000 people died on 9/11 would be an insult to their memories. >> it should be all about our heros, our victims and our heros. not about lifting up islam. >> reporter: but supporters of the islamic center and mosque say it will help build bridges with america. the building already is being used as a prayer center. >>> late this afternoon, california democrats released their plan for solving it's ongoing budget crisis. the plan approves $8 billion in spending cuts. it also increases deductible taxes. this will lower
's court decision and delay was both exhilarating and bittersweet. ktvu's maureen naylor was there when two couples heard the news and has this personal look at their reaction. >> reporter: in the lobby of the clerk's office this morning, two engaged same-sex couples nervously waited to hear if today would be their wedding day. >> i don't want to miss the window of opportunity. we missed it last time and if there's a ten minute window when they say yes go ahead. i want to get in there and be able to do that. >> we've been together in september it'll be six years. so it is time. it's time. >> lisa clerk and lina bracketely sat next to coo and motareli checking phones. two rows behind, heather nunes and husband sat in opposition. >> that's not ta way it's supposed to be. >> reporter: then the news came. but then 10 minutes later. >> i still cannot issue marriage licenses until after 5:00 p.m. on august 18th. >> reporter: word they'll have to wait until next wednesday to get married. >> some of our friends are married but we can't. come on let's just end this and get over it. >> if it takes a
gang ties had just attended a class when police moved in. ktvu's maureen naylor joins us in oakland with the details on what happened. >> reporter: julie, police say each of the men had a concealed weapon in their backpack including one which was the same type of weapon used in the columbine massacre. why they were armed on campus remains unclear. >> the magazine was locked in there. this one was loaded. when we retrieved it from his backpack. >> reporter: police confiscated this loaded semiautomatic .45-caliber along with this tech 9 assault pistol band in california. it wasn't loaded but had a high capacity 30 round magazine. >> we don't know why they're armed, if they're looking for another student at the school. so we didn't know what was going on. why they would be armed at school. >> reporter: officers arrested 21-year-old christian williams and 20-year-old reginald battle. police say battle is a known member of a violent east oakland street gang, already on parole for being an ex felon in possession of a firearm. the same charge he was arrested on today. the men were arrested
. maureen naylor reports on today's arrests. >> this one was loaded when we retrieved this from his backpack. >> reporter: the loaded gun is one of two guns police confiscated. the other one not loaded is a tech five pistol. it had a three round magazine which was empty. it's the same gun used at the columbine shooting. >> we don't know if they are armed if they're looking for another student at the school. so we didn't know what was going on. why they would be armed at school. >>> they are 21-year-old christian williams and 20-year- old reginald battle. officers say each had a concealed pistol in his backpack. police say battle is a known member of a street gang. >> once they were out of class and away from other students they were detained. it was done fairly low key and without putting anyone else at jeopardy. >>> news of the arrests was news to students. >> i don't feel safe but it's not going to stop me from coming to school. >> do your thing there, don't bring it there because people here are pursuing their education but they are upgrading their life. >>> in less than three weeks, it's
are on administrative leave after shooting and killing a knife-wielding man. ktvu's maureen naylor with more on that citi' very violent weekend. >> reporter: heather, police say they have no information about the spike of violence this weekend. the most recent in south san josi. this apartment complex where police say officers shot a suicidal man this morning. a wooden board covers the front entrance to the man's apartment. >> they were banging on the door and trying to get in, but no one was answering. >> reporter: they say the 48 why are's estranged wife called police and say he shot himself with a nail gun. when officers went into the apartment officers saw him hold a 10" knife and opened fire. >> the suspect confront fronting the officer wasarled and confrontational. so i really can't get into specifics, but he was confronting the officers. >> you heard five or six hots, pop, pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: the next door neighbor say the man was a butcher at a grocery store and moved in a couple of months ago. >> i know they lot their house and we're getting divorced and exchanged kids.
. maureen naylor has the report. >> reporter: facebook asked what's on your mind. the judge warned jurors the answer should be nothing. but in a suburb of detroit, a judge removed a woman from a trial after saying in her facebook case that it's going to be fun to tell the defendant their guilty. >> that's a blatant violation not to have contact with the outside world about a case. if they do that, it could be a contempt sanction or a mistrial at a minimum. >> reporter: steven clark says courts are trying to catch up with technology. >> courts frequently will admonish jurors at the beginning of the trial that there is to be no texting, facebooking, and no tweeting about a trial while it's going on. >> reporter: presiding judge jamie jacobs may says the warnings has been updated to include social networking. >> when you said don't talk, i didn't mean don't facebook. that's why we changed instruction that that includes all kinds of electronic communication. >> reporter: provide a paper trail of evidence. maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there are deals to be had for dining out. the i
. ktvu's maureen naylor has more now on what the protesters want, maureen. >> heather, the group targeted banks today about the building promoting would affect how all california companies pay property taxes. supporters say it would mean millions for the state but it has major challenges and critics. >> about 45 people demonstrated outside a chase bank branch in downtown san jose this afternoon. >> people are hurting but the banks aren't hurting. the banks need to take more responsibility only what's been happening right now. >> reporter: a half dozen demonstrations took place around the state. demonstrators demanded a range of help from the banks. >> call your legislators and tell them you will never vote for them again unless you vote yes on this ab2492. >> reporter: assembly bill 2492 was introduced by tom amiato from san francisco. it would change the state constitution, instead when the property is sold or acquired. supporters say it would drum up millions of the dollars. leaders here say they have a better chance now. >> we have more people hurting in santa clara county, this is n
, emotional residents let their voices be heard. ktvu's maureen naylor is live in san jose with this story. maureen? >> reporter: mike, the meeting wrapped up just a little over an hour ago and residents from the county pocket -- pocket made it clear. tonight's meeting was filled with heated exchanges between frustrated residents of the cambria area and san jose city officials. san jose is under court order. >> we're looking at whether it's a better boundary of where city services stop. we think with this boundary it makes it much cleaner. >> reporter: before the meeting about 60 people rallied to become part of campbell fighting concerns about san jose's public safety services. >> they are already letting firemen go and they are not for safety. they aren't gonna help us. >> to prepare for this, my husband and i have actually taken cpr classes so, if, in fact, city services can't get to us in time, we can save ourselves. >> by taking on more, this is gonna hurt me as a citizen of san jose. we're really opposed to it. >> reporter: those at the cam bem cigar shop are against the idea. the st
the iraq war is nearing and end but there's still work left to do. >>> good afternoon. i'm maureen naylor. tori campbell has today off. >>> topping our news -- in a few hours, a judge is expected to issue a ruling on the ongoing contract dispute between ac transit and the drivers. the union representing drivers is trying to stop management from imposing a contract and the union is having a trickle- down effect. jade hernandez has more. >> reporter: good afternoon. this is a waiting room. bus operators waiting to see if the judge will allow them to go back to their work schedule, and riders are waiting to see if they will find out if they will face any more delays. we're live in oakland to give you an idea how long this has been going on. the contract ended june 30th. for three month, both sides haggled over a new contra. the day before the contract officially ended, the union went to a judge requesting both sides enter arbitration. ac transit's new contract created a new bus driver schedule without input from drivers. a judge was expected to decide whether or not to grant an injunction to
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. this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> good evening, it is monday, august 16 p ibm -- i am maureen naylor late this afternoon the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco said same-sex marriages can not resume on wednesday as the district court judge had previously ruled instead they will remain on hold indefinitely. a three judge panel also ordered supporters and opponents to file legal briefs. a different prejudge panel will hear the case in early december and people who opposed proposition eight say they are disappointed but not surprised by the delay. they say their coveted that the ruling will be upheld. >> i think it's a great movement and support what is going on. i think they're going about the right way. >> that is unfortunate because i was going to marry my husband on wednesday. >> the state attorney general joined the attorneys argued against proposition eight and asking judge walker to allow same-sex marriages to go ahead and he said the ninth circuit rulings did not surprise him. >> i do not think there are in the like it here in the country so you break new ground so you h
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detects someone taking longer to cross. this one paid by funding. reporting live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> a chestnut tree that offered hope to anne frank and her family while they were waiting for the nazi's during world war ii may live on in the bay area. a powerful storm toppled the original tree yesterday. but now a number of sapling are being planted across the united states to offer hope. >> reporter: not only is sonoma state university a new home for one of the cuttings, it's also the first u.s. sight out of 11 to get one. >> just basically a stick with bare roots on it. >> reporter: that was in september when the cutting arrived with it paper pedigree. now the chestnut tree has grown half a foot and is thriving. >> i am always checking on it, everyone when i go away on vacation i do think about it. >> reporter: he's got a long time to think about it and nurture it. the tree will be in quarantine for three years that's to make sure it doesn't have any of the three diseases, one unique to europe that infected the mother tree in amsterdam before it was toppled y
will delayed until saturday and in the meantime contact the talks continue. maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the bay area company is under fire for reap video game that allows players to kill u.s. troops. it is called medal of honor and set to be released october 12th. it lets players take on the role of taliban fighters and critics say that e.a. has crossed the line. e.a. has suspended medal of honor saying it has no plans to change the content of the game. >>> twelve seasons is providing counseling. 1900 people were in attendance when a man jumped from a roof in saratoga day paris called ascenders says that the band has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount four group counseling of audience members traumatized by witnessing the death. >>> right now in san francisco bob dylan is ready to perform be before a sold-out crowd. dozens of fans lined up to see the 7-year-old rock icon be there were no ed behan's ticket sales and no online sales pick people had to pay $60 in cash and they could only get one ticket poor person. >> there are dylan fans all over the world and we go traveling and we
and for at least one woman, aviation became a family tradition. ktvu's maureen naylor live in san jose with more on this. >> reporter: the women from this one south bay family made history twice by breaking news ground in aviation. in 1942, 21-year-old barbara lundon became one of the first women in the country to fly military planes. >> we weren't thinking about being women, we were pilots. the boys and girls were alike. >> reporter: she was one of wasps honored today in mountain view. >> she flew fighters, farmers, attack airplanes, i mean it was pretty impressive. and when i started flying it was a real hard act to follow. >> reporter: lundon's daughter paris followed in her mother's footsteps when she became the first female pilot for western airlines. today the three generations pose for pictures the together. >> we are actually paving the way for my job right now. and there's still some hurdles but you know everything is just so much smoother now. >> reporter: world war ii pilot elenor ward arrived wearing a replica of her old uniform. >> i flew all over the u.s., whatever they had going.
provide a paper trail of evidence. in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the amount of raw sewage that spread into a living room last week was more than ten times the original estimate. more than 5,000 gallons had spilled after an underground sewage pipe broke and today they updated back to say 48,000 gallons. officials say there is still a high level of harmful bacteria and president should avoid contact. >>> federal food safety investigators say they found rodents and piles of the newer online with flies and maggots at the two iowa egg farms. they violated safety standards and rules put into place this summer about eggs. a spokesman said he could not compare the condition to other producers since the fda does not inspect egg farms. something the obama administration has pledged to change and for more on the recall code to ktvu.com and click the tab on our homepage at ktvu.com >>> former major-league pitcher roger clemens pleaded not guilty today for charges that he lied to congress. the seven-time cy young award winner appeared in federal court to deny he lied while testi
neighborhood is in mourning. maureen naylor is live now at the international airport with more details. >> reporter: this afternoon we learned that that small plane was headed here to the san jose airport. that two of those killed including the pilot were from sunny vale. these images capture the smoking plane wreckage after wednesday's crash which happened about 1400-mile from the colorado mountains. all three people on board this 1951 white and gold single engine beach bonanza were killed. today we learned that the plane had two passengers. 70-year-old john howard and 56- year-old catherine hev era n and 25-year-old james chatman. >> we just wavered to each other. he lived there as long as i >> in, they are very people loving. >> i'm very sad to hear about that, yeah. very sad. his first wife, she was a pilot. >> reporter: neighbors say howard spend decades in this home where he raised two daughters and say the couple was known to be gracious hosts. >> they have a pool in the back, i know they, they invite people to come over for parties or something. >> we often see a lot of cars pa
eight years ago to clean them up. so why are they so polluted now? ktvu's maureen naylor reports. >> reporter: in the guadalupe river in downtown san jose water flows, wild like frolics and trash threats. >> it's an issue. i was just looking down at the creek right by the water works, the old water works. and i go, why isn't there just somebody cleaning this up? >> reporter: last week, the state water resources board named the guadalupe river and 25 other bay rivers, creeks and parts of san francisco bay to its list of polluted waterways. >> it's not a surprise. it's not a surprise that they are on there. >> reporter: carol frederick son with the santa clara valley water district says trash is a big problem in some county water ways despite a ballot measure they passed in 2000 to designate more money to cleanup and restoration. >> we are doing the best we can. the voters have funded the trash cleanups that we are doing. they do appreciate it when we go out there and do it. and we will continue to do it. >> reporter: the other santa clara waterways are all creeks. the water distri
. this is maureen naylor, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> and for a complete list of the polluted bay area waterways go to our website ktvu.com and click on web links. >>> the first mosquitoes and birds tested positive for west nile have been found another oakley. the bird was found another west cypress road and o' hara avenue. it is unusual to have the first detection of the virus this late in the year. but scientists say this summer's cooler temperatures may have prevented the transmission of west nile virus. [ music ] >> and cooler it has been. go to live stormtracker 2. this is the current temperature footprint. can you see the 50s really working their way all the way up into sacramento where it is just 61 degrees right now. sacramento normally this time of year easily in the mid-70s at this time of night. even in the 80s. forecast more clouds coming your way. a warming trends as i mentioned into the weekend. this low pressure center will budge finally. as it does we will see more sun. tomorrow is a repeat of today basically. with a little bit more sunshine. actually, a lot more sunshine, especiall
exhilarating and bittersweet. ktvu's maureen naylor was there when two couples heard the news and has this personal look at their reaction. >> reporter: in the lobby of the clerk's office this morning, two engaged same-sex couples nervously waited to hear if today would be their wedding day. >> i don't want to miss the window of opportunity. we missed it last time and if there's a ten minute window when they say yes go ahead. i want to get in there and be able to do that. >> we've been together in september it'll be six years. so it is time. it's time. >> lisa clerk and lina bracketely sat next to coo and motareli checking phones. two rows behind, heather nunes and husband sat in opposition. >> that's not ta way it's supposed to be. >> reporter: then the news came. but then 10 minutes later. >> i still cannot issue marriage licenses until after 5:00 p.m. on august 18th. >> reporter: word they'll have to wait until next wednesday to get married. >> some of our friends are married but we can't. come on let's just end this and get over it. >> if it takes a year, we'll come back. if it t
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put personal information at risk. maureen naylor is live at apple. >> reporter: apple today anouns it has an issue because of two major concerns. the first is called jailbreaking. websites like jailbreak me.com help disable security. >> i know people that want to go to other carriers. >> reporter: the second and more concerning issue allows hackers by luring users to a website, getting them to download a corrupt pda file and then taking the device hostage. >> it's a relatively high concern. >>> apple announced it plans to fix the problem. it can lead some users singing the blues, because it can take a jail broken iphone into a useless brick. the hacker security breech is a concern for this psychologist that keeps her patient files on her iphone. >> it would be horrible. it would be horrible, it would be a breech of confidentiality to a lot of people's private information. >> the only thing they can do is get my contacts, phone numbers of all my friends and friends of friends and so forth. not my bank account or anything like that, so i'm not very worried about it. >> reporter: appl
. it was detected on apple's newest product, it could put personal information at risk. maureen naylor is live at apple. >> reporter: apple today anouns it has an issue because of two major concerns. the first is called jailbreaking. websites like jailbreak me.com help disable security. >> i know people that want to go to other carriers. >> reporter: the second and more concerning issue allows hackers by luring users to a website, getting them to download a corrupt pda file and then taking the device hostage. >> it's a relatively high concern. >>> apple announced it plans to fix the problem. it can lead some users singing the blues, because it can take a jail broken iphone into a useless brick. the hacker security breech is a concern for this psychologist that keeps her patient files on her iphone. >> it would be horrible. it would be horrible, it would be a breech of confidentiality to a lot of people's private information. >> the only thing they can do is get my contacts, phone numbers of all my friends and friends of friends and so forth. not my bank account or anything like that, so i'm no
one year ago. what volunteers plan on doing tomorrow in hasanni campbell's honor. >>> i'm maureen naylor. julie haener is off tonight. >> i'm frank somerville. >>> we begin tonight with anger and outrage in san francisco after a german tourist was shot and killed just a block from union square. the woman was walking with her husband on mason street last night near geary whether she was killed. tonight, five -- when when she was killed. tonight, five are in custody. david stevenson has more. >> reporter: frank, the theater district and union square are
death of a german tourist. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm maureen naylor. julie haener is off tonight. an 18-year-old is accused of firing the gun that killed a german tourist. he and his wife were taking a walk one block from union square. >> police identified phillip stewart is a francisco reside. he's been charged in a murder that's an international incident. it was their first trip to san francisco and they were here to celebrate their wedding anniversary and her birthday. 50-year-old mick hild sawier sawyer was shot by a stray bullet. >> it marks a disturbing trend that needs to be addressed. the challenge is, how do we address it. >> reporter: the shooting is rare in this neighborhood. it's one of several incident that is have erupted recently near nightclubs. >> everyone was running around, the shots were fired and everyone was ducking. >> reporter: two of the workers ran outside to try to help the woman who had been shot. workers say she was unable to speak and that her husband appeared to be in shock. >> i was sad that a bistandard was killed. that's not
.m. to accommodate any expected rush. reporting live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> same-sex marriage opponents tonight are blasting judge walker's decision. randy thomison of the campaign for children and families argues that judges forwarding his own agenda at the expense that was determined by voters. >> he's basically saying, forget you to the voters, the constitution, it's sad and outrageous that he said that our votes don't count. >>> many of the voters live here in the bay area, ktvu's john sasaki continues tonight with the story. >> reporter: pleasanthill is certainly more conservative community than san francisco. today's decision didn't spark any decision here it rekindled the debate of same-sex marriage. >> reporter: this town is where we met people who have a more traditional view of marriage. >> i guess i'm more old tradition. >> what does that mean? >> marriage should be between a man and a woman. >> marriage has always been a man and a woman. to have children it has to be a man and a woman. two men, they can't have babies. two women, they can't have babies.
surrounding some pictures reportedly taken by a comic photographer ansel adams. good evening i'm maureen naylor. heather holmes is often tonight. >> and i'm ken wayne. >> ever since a fresno man claimed he bought some rare ansel adams photographs for just $40 there has been controversy. experts say those pictures were not taken by adams but probably by the uncle of an oakland woman. tonight we're learning more about the background of the art dealer who made the claim that those pictures are worth a lot. patty lee. >> reporter: that expert who claimed to have 25 years of experience apraysing fine arts turned out to be a convicted fell on who is latest is his credentials. >> mayor january is the oakland woman who helped prove a box of negatives which were contributed by ansel adams were probably shot by her uncle early. she learned that david streets, so-called expert who valued those negatives at $200 million has almost no experience in fine arts and a criminal record for passing bad checks, theft and fraud in two states. >> conmen can be very slick. that's almost the definition of it, yo
advises homeowners who smell gas to get out immediately and call 911. maureen naylor, ktvu. >>> ktvu.com has a link to gas safety information from the city of palo alto. >>> new government data offers a mixed picture of the economic recovery. busy auto plants helped boost output by 1.1%. but it was a different story for housing. single family home construction fell 4.2% in july. >>> wall street turned things around today thanks in part to positive earnings reports from wall street and wal-mart. the nasdaq was up 23. >>> hundreds of people showed up at mcdonald restaurants hoping to order up a job. >> how would you deal with -- >> reporter: mcdonal's held a one day hiring event looking to bring on 1,000 workers. more than 70 people showed up for 20 available positions, including a culinary student. >> i'm willing to take any job that's available to pay for my books. >> reporter: some mcdonald's franchises offer health benefits. applicants range from teenagers to laid off tech workers. >>> the cameras were rolling at the peninsula. the competition included celebrity chefs and judges in
to get out immediately and call 911. maureen naylor, ktvu. >>> ktvu.com has a link to gas safety information from the city of palo alto. >>> new government data offers a mixed picture of the economic recovery. busy auto plants helped boost output by 1.1%. but it was a different story for housing. single family home construction fell 4.2% in july. >>> wall street turned things around today thanks in part to positive earnings reports from wall street and wal-mart. the nasdaq was up 23. >>> hundreds of people showed up at mcdonald restaurants hoping to order up a job. >> how would you deal with -- >> reporter: mcdonal's held a one day hiring event looking to bring on 1,000 workers. more than 70 people showed up for 20 available positions, including a culinary student. >> i'm willing to take any job that's available to pay for my books. >> reporter: some mcdonald's franchises offer health benefits. applicants range from teenagers to laid off tech workers. >>> the cameras were rolling at the peninsula. the competition included celebrity chefs and judges including prison inmates hoping
'm ken wayne. >> i'm maureen naylor. we start in the north bay where investigators are trying to determine what caused the destructionive fire that gutted a historic post office. at this hour some residents don't know if their mail was destroyed. we have the latest. >> reporter: a quiet city of about 11 think thousand where not much happens. today this is the talk of the town. the downtown post office burned up yesterday evening. a fire that started in the front of the building and brought 60 plus firefighters rushing in from surrounding communities. >> after a couple hours, it went to a 4th alarm. they were unsuccessful in containing the fire. it spread through the rooftop. >> reporter: now what remain social security a shell of a building. >> this is kind of the heart of heels bug. >> reporter: all day residents stopped stared, many worried about their mail. if it was there and i lost it i will have to make several phone calls and asking people to be understanding. >> reporter: the renters of the more than 1700 post office boxes may have reason to concern but most who drop
husband speaking publicly for the first time. >>> good evening, i'm maureen naylor. >> and i'm ken wayne, frank and julie are off tonight. same-sex marriages will stay on hold in california, this afternoon in the u.s. ninth circuit of appeals. for today's reaction on the ruling, let's check in with jim vargas, he is live in
a big difference. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm maureen naylor. >> and i'm mike mibach. ken and heather are off tonight. the hot weather is coming, absent for the majority of this summer, temperatures are set to spike within the next 24 hours. today a grass fire sparked up in the north bay. and tomorrow marks a first for the summer season. we have team coverage for you tonight. mark tamayo has the forecast. but we begin with ktvu's deborah villalon live tonight in pleasantton. deborah? >> reporter: mike, pleasantton always beautiful. yes, tomorrow something we haven't seen in the area all day a spare the air day. where heat and pollution mix and asked to avoid driving, telecommute and use transit instead. remember this, smog. a familiar part of most summer is. but if there is a silver lining in the fog and the chill we've had, it's been great air quality. >> by this time last year we had already had ten spare the air alerts. >> reporter: tomorrow been our firs. late afternoon on the marina green and not a goosebump insight. no fog barreling through the golden gate. by t
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